10 Photographers Who Helped Make Architects Famous

Virginia Duran wrote an awesome post about photography and Architecture. I think you should check it out.

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Architectural photography is one of the most beautiful types of art, and also my favourite.  Its goal is to capture the philosophy and essence of a building into a single image- not an easy task at all. However, when done correctly, it looks as if no effort was needed. The greatness of some of the most known buildings of the 20th century, was first brought to light by its photographers. This post is about them, the photographers who helped make architects famous and who helped us understand these buildings without ever having seen many of them.

My favourite is #4
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Virginia Duran Blog- Amazing Architectural Photography- Annie Leibovitz- Nw York Times Building, Renzo Piano1. Annie Leibovitz (1949)
New York Times Building 2007, by Renzo Piano
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Virginia Duran Blog- Amazing Architectural Photography- Balthazar Korab- TWA Terminal by Eero Saarinen2. Balthazar Korab (1926–2013)
TWA Terminal 1962, by Eero Saarinen
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Virginia Duran Blog- Amazing Architectural Photography- Lucien Hervé-Notre Dame du Haut- Le Corbusier3. Lucien Hervé (1910-2007)
Notre Dame du Haut 1954, by Le Corbusier
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Virginia Duran Blog- Amazing Architectural Photography-Ezra Stoller-John Hancock Tower by SOM4. Ezra Stoller

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